Monthly Long-Stay @Hotel Stage
Enjoy 5-star Service and Great Locationat Best Value Monthly RateLong-Stay Package benefits include:
- Complimentary welcome drinks upon check-in at Muse Wine Bar
- Complimentary in room Wi-Fi
- Complimentary housekeeping service twice weekly, with linen and towel change
- Complimentary access to Fitness Centre
- Full breakfast at Kitchen Savvy specially priced at HK$100+10% per person, per day
- 20% off on Food & Beverage consumption at Kitchen Savvy and Muse Wine Bar
- 25% discount on Laundry
- Complimentary Handy Phone, with free 3G data, Hotspot for data sharing, local calls, and IDD to 10 countries
- Complimentary in-room tea and coffee
- Complimentary online daily newspaper
- Confirmation of booking is subject to room availability.
- Non-refundable prepayment of one month rental is required. This is not refundable in the case of early check-out, cancellation or date change.
- Extension nights will be charged on a pro-rata basis and subject to room availability.
- In-room cooking is not allowed.
- This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion.
- This offer is subject to change without prior notice, and Hotel Stage reserves the right of final decision.
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Peter Tse's Watercolour Exhibition
Exhibiting his work at Muse Art Gallery is Peter Tse, a local trained architect and interior and landscape designer, who did not go far for his inspiration. In a series of watercolours, “Impressions of Hong Kong”, Peter has focused on scenes of Hong Kong, old and new, some familiar others intriguing, which appear under three themes: cityscape, ancient customs, and Kowloon Walled City Garden. Come and be mesmerised; fall under the spell of the beauty of Hong Kong through the watercolours of Peter Tse. Open to the public at Muse Art Gallery, 12 noon – 12 midnight daily, until 4 March 2018.
Fresh from Canada, Global Flavours
Kitchen Savvy is bringing in naturally-reared and minimally processed pork and beef, seafood from pristine waters including live lobsters and clams, as well as maple syrup, organic grains and natural wines as well as that world-famous tipple, Icewine, from Canada for an extravaganza of global dishes that have long been favourites of Hong Kong diners. “We are thrilled that high-quality and delicious Canadian ingredients have been given a starring role by Chef Justin for the Canada@Hotel Stage event. Kitchen Savvy’s bright and airy space is the perfect showcase for the fresh flavours of Canadian food,” said Jeff Nankivell, Consul General of Canada in Hong Kong and Macau.
Walk the Path Less-trodden
As we listen to Ted talks and life coaches, or follow research reports of any kind, we’re told time and again material possessions cannot make us happy – not for long any way. Instead of keeping up with the Jones in acquiring more and more stuff, we should chase experiences, particularly those that transform us and stay with us forever. As we take to the road, see the world and experience for ourselves what this beautiful planet has to offer, the travel industry has taken off in a way we have never previously seen. To satisfy our guests’ desire for an authentic Hong Kong experience Hotel Stage recommends Walk Hong Kong (www.walkhongkong.com) to help travellers to discover the hidden gems this world city has to offer, by way of nature, culture and history. Even business travellers can avail themselves to these tours as the length of each varies from many to just a few hours. Take nature, for example, few visitors are aware that over 40% of Hong Kong’s total land area comprises country parks with walking and hiking trails. If your interest lies in hiking up mountains reminiscent of the Scottish Highlands, you could do worse than the Pak Sin Range in the New Territories, which was a favourite destination for former governor and hiker Sir David Wilson, a Scot who revels in self-contemplation on hikes in desolate places. If the ocean is close to your heart, you won’t regret joining the Deserted Beaches Hike that takes you to Sai Kung Peninsula, with sandy white beaches passing through the isolated villages of Ham Tin and Sai Wan. You see Chinese culture on display everywhere you look in this amazing city: the smelly dried seafood stores in Western district, the Chinese herbal shops and herbal tea stalls on street corners, offering different concoctions to treat everything from balancing the yin and yang to curing fevers and upset stomachs. But if you want a more in-depth understanding of our history and heritage, Walk Hong Kong has guided tours for that, too. Learn about Feng Shui and temples, or the battles fought in the colonial city during World War II. Do you know that Wong Tai Sin Temple, the largest in Hong Kong, is not a Buddhist place of worship? Wong Tai Sin, or Wong, the Big Deity, was a Daoist priest, yet you find the three Chinese folk religions: Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism, coexist side by side in the temple. The Cantonese are not even real Chinese if we consider the Han people being the authentic Chinese, the Cantonese are merely Nan Man, Southern Barbarians. Get a grip of these idiosyncrasies and more by joining a Walk Hong Kong tour. Go to http://www.walkhongkong.com/bookingformenquiries.html and book the tour or walk of your choice. Allow at least three days to process your purchase, which is entirely between you and Walk Hong Kong. Show your future walk-booking confirmation upon check-in and Hotel Stage will provide a “Walking Kit” with our compliments.